Funds raised by staff from the Inverurie sorting office have been used to provide new outdoor seating.
The newest members of the Aberdeenshire Amateur Football Association saw a win on home turf.
The Festival of Scarecrows is set to take place during the upcoming Octiber school holidays.
Inverurie Locos took to the field on Tuesday evening to host neighbours Colony Park Juniors.
BBC Radio Scotland’s Jamie MacDougall is to host this year’s Haddo Arts Festival.
A further 350 new cases of coronavirus were reported in Scotland the highest daily increase since May.
Oil boss Willie Rennie of ICR Integrity a former member of the 1st Marnoch Scouts has helped save the hall for the community in Aberchirder.
The Buchan Heritage Society's Doric Prose and Poetry competition welcomes all ages to participate in the celebration of the north-east dialect.
The Turriff Heritage Museum has opened its doors and offers a unique insight into life in the north-east.
First Minister calls on PM to convene a meeting of COBRA in response to the situation.
Aberdeen FC Development Squad players Connor Power, Luke Turner and Tyler Mykyta will join Turriff United on loan for the 20/21 season.
Insch-based HRN Tractors, which also has depots in Turriff and Kinloss confirmed this week that it will now represent the Japanese manufacturer.
New travel surveys carried out on behalf of local transport body Nestrans have looked to measure changes in the way people are travelling.
The True North Music Festival will be staged online from Friday, September 25 to Sunday 27.
Members of Inverurie Rotary welcomed guest speaker Jim Brand who outlined the work done by the Scottish Charity Air Ambulance team.
The board of NHS Grampian have supported an update to the Full Business Casefor investment in the two new facilities.
Green activist Peter Kennedy will stand in the election which is set to take place on October 15.
A Spitfire soared over hospitals today as part of a mission to say thank you to those helping in the fight against Covid-19.
Despite claims from residents over road safety issues, Aberdeenshire Council says it has no plans to review speed limits.
Fundraisers Charlie and Sandra McCorry have successfully completed 27 climbs of Bennachie's Millstone Hill in aid of Home Start Garioch.